|From:||Mike Adams <abrigon@...>|
|Date:||Monday, August 21, 2000, 4:12|
I wonder if anyone has done blood work, and like to see how the blood
groups have moved around. I know this it not "language" related, but it
can tell alot of how different groups moved around, and likely ancient
connections. Noticed alot of Native Alaskan (Western, namely "Eskimos")
that they share "A" blood type that you see alot in Japan.
Does the Japanese/Koreans lingos have to be related west, why not North,
since the natural progression for migration is two/three.
Korea to Japan, the distance is close.
Japan via the Kuriles to Kamchatka and the Aleutians and on into Alaska.
Okinawa maybe.. Any relations to how the Ainu came about, there is
related lingos on the Kamchatka penninsula last I heard.
I know genetically the Japanese (even if they don't like admiting it)
are a combo of Northern and Southern Asiatic. Northern is heavier,
thicker enamel on teeth, while Southern is lighter, and teeth enamel is
often thinner. Alot to do with diet. Southern = SE Asia in look,
Northern = Manchu/Mongol in look.
And yes, "Eskimo". I live in Alaska and Eskimo here is not a nasty word,
like it is in Canada.
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